Set a condition form the form to auto publish after specific no of registrations or date. You can define the message that is displayed instead of the form after expiry.
Basic Form Security that adds Google’s reRECAPTCHA and limits submissions from a single IP to protect your site from spam.
You can now define multiple email addresses which will receive notifications for new form submissions.
Send email notifications to your site users, using a business or personal account. Increases reliability and allows you to add authentication to outgoing mails from your site.
Integrate your site with the most popular social network. Chances are, your registering users already have a Facebook account. Give them an easy way to access your site.
It is very easy now to push data of registering users to your MailChimp account. Map essential fields with MailChimp fields and you are all set!
Accept payments to your PayPal account from registering users. You can define the preferred currency and custom checkout page inside your PayPal account.
Show your users a customized message after they have successfully submitted the form. You can use rich text editor for visually appealing messages.
Create an autoresponder message fully customizable with mail merge fields, for that personal touch. You can also inset multimedia.
A full array of custom fields types to choose from and insert in your form to capture any type of information during submission. You can mark them mandatory, define length, show them on user page etc.
Insert WordPress user profile fields into registration forms, so that the field values are saved directly into user profiles after successful submission.
A complete system to manage submissions received from your web forms. Individual submissions display all data in a single place with ability to export and print.
Filter the list of submissions based on date and field based keyword searches.
Download individual submission as a PDF file for emailing, archiving, printing etc.
Analyze form data including date, time user spent on filling the form, conversion rate, browser used etc.
Visual data from option based fields like checkbox, radiobox and drop down as pie charts. Great for understanding how users are selecting options during form filling.
Create custom user roles with permission levels based on default WordPress roles. These can be bounded to a form for role based registrations.
A full fledged user management system that fills the holes in default User manager in dashboard. Allows you to check user data, filter users and deactivate them.